nmapfe makes it even easier. It provides a GTK+-based front end to nmap that you can use to select your targets, set your scanning options, and view the results of your scan. When initially launched, nmapfe looks like the screen shot in Figure 1.
Figure 1 nmapfe upon launching.
A completed scan looks like the screen shot found in Figure 2.
Figure 2 A completed nmap scan.
There are no nmap options that can be passed to nmapfe at this time. It accepts any X11 style options allowed by GTK+.
The buttons and menu items available in nmapfe correspond to some of the options available to nmap from the command line. Please see Table 2 for more details about these options.